A brace from Sergio Aguerro and Ilkay Gundogan ensure Man City beat West Brom to maintain top position in the Premier League.
Pep Guardiola side lost to neighbours Man United in the EFL cup during the week to cap a 6-match winless run in all competitions.
Argentine forward scored in the 19th and 28th minute to give the Citizens a 2-0 lead at the break. Tony Pulis’ West Brom gave a good fight in the second half but could not break down City. German midfielder Ilkay Gundogan added two more in the 79th and 90th minute to cap a wonderful performance at the Hawthorns.
The win leaves them joint top with Arsenal who beat struggling Sunderland 4-1. Alexis Sanchez and Olivier Giroud also got braces in the match.
Manager David Moyes continue to look for a win amidst speculations that he could be fired soon. They remained rooted to the bottom with just 2 points from 10 games.
PL: Musa Scores Again
Ahmed Musa got his second goal in as many matches as he helped Leicester rescue a point at Spurs. Tottenham dominated play and went ahead through Victor Janseen from the penalty spot. Musa equalised in the 48th minute to ensure Spurs, though unbeaten, get a draw for the third straight game.
However, with 37 shots on goal, Manchester United could not break down Burnley. Goalkeeper, Tom Heaton ensured it ended goaless at Old trafford and a disappointing result for Jose Mourinho. Mourinho was sent to the stands in the match. Ander Herrera also got sent off for a second booking in the second half.
In other results, Middlesbrough defeated Bournemouth at the Riverside while Watford also pipped Hull City by a lone goal.